(e^( cos^(-1) (log x^2) ))^1/2 The base of log is 4
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Originally Posted by utsav (e^( cos^(-1) (log x^2) ))^1/2 The base of log is 4 What are you trying to do?
Originally Posted by Prove It What are you trying to do? The question is: The function is defined if..., we have to find the domain of the given function.
Originally Posted by utsav (e^( cos^(-1) (log x^2) ))^1/2 The base of log is 4 . Note that the logarithm is only defined for . Since , we can already see that we can not let . Also note that is only defined for . The exponential function is always , so there are not any further restrictions for the square root. Thus the domain is .
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